First the Russians went ahead and moved troops, now it’s the Canadians, doesn’t it sound kinda like…familiar? Isn’t it interesting when we can see history unfold before our very eyes? Isn’t it even more fascinating when we can see Meier’s prophecies and predictions slowly coming true, even though humanity as a whole is too lazy,… Read More


Before I tell you more about the question itself…let me answer it. Jennifer is either someone working for an intelligence agency against the Billy Meier case…or a future hope for the generations to come. Obviously, in the online world of anonymity, screen names and false identities, it can be difficult to verify someone’s real identity.… Read More


It may be too early to say if the latest reported breakthrough regarding a subatomic particle exceeding the speed of light will hold. But just for the record, it seems that pesky Mr. Smarty Pants Swiss farmer, Billy Meier, is at it again. Or I should say, he has been for a very long time.… Read More


Yesterday we made a small footnote reference to information that scientists may be coming closer to discovering the opposite of black holes, which they refer to as white holes. Of course I thought that the opposite of a hole, which goes in may just be a bulge, which goes out. Kind of more like what… Read More


“I love you.” Nice but no, those aren’t the ones I mean. The ones I’m referring to should be mandatory on the first day of every science (and other) class, at every grade level. Of course they should be required to be learned and frequently practiced by every skeptic, as well as all other religious… Read More


Dear Jennifer, Now that I’ve returned I’ll address the points you raised more thoroughly. Well the point about the prediction regarding the planetoids is that it’s in that book. Of course should it not be, then there would be  a point to deal with. Now, regarding your being a skeptic. Well, you made skeptical comments,… Read More


Rising skeptical star eclipsed by super-nova, the dark, skeptical night illuminated by Germanic Jennifer’s close encounter with the truth  A young astronomer, who bills himself as a skeptic – rather than a scientist – may have bitten off more than he can…Chew*. Stuart Robbins, who specialized in targeting the flimsy claims of lightweight paranormal theorists,… Read More